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How many killers have you had to let walk? (number of cases quit)
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Tyler Browne
Tyler Browne

Nov-17-2015 01:00

I am a little bit angry, I have just had to let my first killer walk, because none of my suspects would reveal the motives of my 2 prime suspects

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Tyler Browne
Tyler Browne

Nov-18-2015 11:47

Neither do I Mel but sometimes even the best detectives have to let a killer walk because of lack of evidence or uncooperative suspects and or witnesses, and letting a killer walk is better than falsely accusing an innocent man or woman

Yeti Face
Yeti Face
Pinball Amateur

Nov-18-2015 12:36

Sometimes I like to tell someone I'll do them a favour, then once I've started the case I'll immediately quit it and laugh in their face.

Tyler Browne
Tyler Browne

Nov-18-2015 19:27

I never laugh in a client's face

Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

Nov-18-2015 19:53

Cases quite = 1283 :)

Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

Nov-18-2015 19:54

quit even :p

Yeti Face
Yeti Face
Pinball Amateur

Nov-19-2015 01:34

And it would appear your nonchalance about catching murderers has actually been rewarded, Squirrel.

Sometimes I start a case, go to the map page, and know immediately that I am not interested in completing this particular case. So I quit it, and laugh in my client's face.

Sophie4
Sophie4
Gopher to the Sleuth Gods

Nov-21-2015 09:06

This highlights one more advantage to being in an agency, you can easily pass cases to co-detectives to analyze evidence for you which gives you a higher probability of solving.

Tyler Browne
Tyler Browne

Nov-21-2015 09:44

but only subscribers can be in an agency and i have not subscribed

Jesse Hunter
Jesse Hunter
Pinball Wizard

Nov-22-2015 18:33

525 quit and over 9400 solved.

Many were intentional favor quits early in my career when I was trying to get the contacts I wanted. There are a 10, maybe 20 bribery quits. The bulk are simply being hopelessly stumped. It happens.

Tyler Browne
Tyler Browne

Nov-23-2015 01:49

Hopelessly stumped= only reason I'll ever quit a case

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